Facebook said Thursday it is stepping up its security to counter efforts by governments and others to spread misinformation or manipulate discussions for political reasons.
British sales of ebooks are waning, trade figures revealed Thursday, suggesting readers were suffering from “screen fatigue”.
Since entering office, President Donald Trump has used Twitter to issue declarations on everything from America’s geopolitical rivals to his personal feuds with the likes of Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Google on Tuesday announced changes to how it delivers and ranks internet searches, the latest effort by the tech giant to weed out “fake news” and offensive content.
Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales is launching a project aimed at reshaping the news media called WikiTribune — using the same principles as the popular online encyclopedia.
A Russian under arrest in Spain has been slapped with an indictment in the United States, accused of controlling one of the world’s top generators of spam and online exortion, officials said Friday.
Video technology will be used for the first time in refereeing in France in the end-of-season football play-offs, league officials announced Thursday.
Facebook wants to read your mind.
Iran’s judiciary has blocked newly introduced voice calls on Telegram, the most popular messaging app in the country, state media reported on Wednesday.
Google on Tuesday launched a re-imagined version of its free Earth mapping service, weaving in storytelling and artificial intelligence and freeing it from apps.
NASA will probably delay the first two missions of its Orion deep-space capsule, being developed to send astronauts beyond earth’s orbit and eventually to Mars, the US space agency said.